Neville Chamberlain was incapable of seeing the warning signs of radicalism. His letter to the Hitler Youth is an example of pure obliviousness to the threat faced. When groups of radicals are threatening to do the things they believe in, you are not supposed to ignore it and act like they are just playing around. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: chamberlain, radicalism
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Leighblackall/Radical_ideas_for_educational_organisations I initially prepared these ideas for Claire Macken, to assist in her proposal to La Trobe University's Radical Learning Project. After posting the slides to my blog, where the ideas attracted wider interest. I was invited by Allison Miller and Michael Coghlan to speak more about these ideas at their Designing Learning in the Digital Age workshop in Melbourne on Wednesday 13 March 2013. This page holds... Topics: education, radicalism
Hubert Harrison was an immensely skilled writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist who, more than any other political leader of his era, combined class consciousness and anti-white-supremacist race consciousness into a coherent political radicalism. Author Jeffrey B. Perry discusses his new book about Harrison with Nellie Hester Bailey in this addition of "Our House". Topics: Hubert Harrison, Jeffery Perry, Black Radicalism, Harlem
LibriVox recording of The Possessed by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. (Translated by Constance Garnett.) Read in English by Expatriate Although titled The Possessed in the initial English translation, Dostoyevsky scholars and later translations favour the titles The Devils or Demons. An extremely political book, Demons is a testimonial of life in Imperial Russia in the late 19th century. As the revolutionary democrats begin to rise in Russia, different ideologies begin to collide. Dostoyevsky casts a... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, philosophy, Russian Literature, radicalism
The Platypus Affiliated Society @ UIC presents a teach-in on: Is Marxism Still Relevant? Wednesday, February 3 7pm Student Center East 750 S Halsted Chicago, IL Room 611 In the mid-19th century, Marx and Engels observed, in the Communist Manifesto, that a specter was haunting Europe - the specter of Communism. A century and a half later, it is Marxism itself that continues to haunt the Left, while capitalism remains. What were Marxism's original points of departure for considering radical... Topics: Platypus, Marxism, Socialism, Radicalism, Liberalism, Democracy, Capitalism
byPeoples' Court #1. ; New World Liberation Front. ; United Prisoners Union.
Contains many articles related to the leftist "armed struggle" of the mid-1970s, including an open letter to Sister Tanya, aka Patricia Hearst Topics: Radicalism -- United States. Jackson, Wilbert, 1921-1975.
LibriVox recording of Anarchism and Other Essays (Version 2) by Emma Goldman. Read in English by Expatriate Emma Goldman, the most famous anarchist in American history, shows the whole range of her iconoclastic thought in this collection of essays. Drawing from a wealth of illustrative material, including the examples of fellow anarchists and radicals of her own acquaintance, modern martyrs, dissident playwrights, poets, and authors, etc., she delineates the main themes of her philosophy with... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, anarchism, social commentary, radicalism
Strategien der extremen Rechten: Hintergründe - Analysen - AntwortenAuthor: Stephan Braun, Alexander Geisler, Martin Gerster Published by Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden ISBN: 978-3-658-01983-9 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-01984-6Table of Contents:Strategien der extremen Rechten – Einleitende Betrachtungen Geländegewinne – Update einer Zwischenbilanz rechtsextremer Erfolge und Misserfolge Die »alte« und die »neue« NPD Das Säulenkonzept der NPD Die »Alternative für Deutschland« – eine... Topics: Right-wing extremists, Radicalism, Political culture, PSYCHOLOGY / Social Psychology, Political...
General Introduction to Social Science: Part First: Introduction to Fourier's Theory of Social Organization, by Albert Brisbane.Part Second: Social Destinies, by Charles Fourier.New York, NY: C.P. Somerby, 1876.Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.Digitized by the Google Books project.Uploaded to Archive.org by Tim Davenport ("Carrite") on Aug. 14, 2014. Topics: Utopian Socialism, Fourierism, Phalanxes, Association, cooperative movement, radicalism, communalism
The New Left A Documentary History Author: Massimo Teodori Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill Company Date: 1969 The fact that a New Left exists in the United States today, in 1968, is the proof of a reality which manifests itself both in society at large and in the political arena. What this New Left is is more difficult to say, because there is very little unity between the various organizations, programs and ideological statements which form the phenomenon usually referred to as "the... Topics: New Left, 1960s, Radicalism, Student Movement, The Movement
This zine collects three essays by the Black Orchid Collective on creating strategies for revolutionary reading groups. There are two shorter essays that explore important questions relating to literacy and education, while the bulk of the zine is the zine is the essay "Do-It-Yourself Strategies for Revolutionary Study Groups" that offers strategies and ideas for developing radical study groups. The suggestions are very specific, offering exercises that can be done to improve reading... Topics: study groups, zines, zine, radical, radicalism, education, reading groups
"Hell Up to Date: The Reckless Journey of R. Palasco Drant, Newspaper Correspondent, Through the Infernal Regions, as Reported by Himself." by Art Young (1866-1943) Chicago: F.J. Schulte, July 1894. Rare first work by famed left wing cartoonist Arthur Henry "Art" Young updating Dante's "Inferno" for a new generation. The topic was revisited in 1934 as "Art Young's Inferno: A Journey Through Hell Six Hundred Years After Dante." Numerous pen-and-ink... Topics: rationalism, socialism, radicalism, Art Young, political cartoons, left wing art
Maximilien-François-Marie-Isidore de Robespierre (born May 6, 1758, Arras, France—died July 28, 1794, Paris), radical Jacobin leader and one of the principal figures in the French Revolution. In the latter months of 1793 he came to dominate the Committee of Public Safety, the principal organ of the Revolutionary government during the Reign of Terror, but in 1794 he was overthrown and executed in the Thermidorian Reaction. Topics: french revolution, jacobin, robespierre, republicanism, radicalism, revolution, political speeches
Subtitled "How Gender Violence on the Left Enables State Violence in Radical Movements," this zine looks at how unchecked misogyny in political movements/groups/whatever you want to call it creates an environment that is ripe for the recruitment and deployment of informants. Misogynist behavior is disruptive and pushes women and queer folks out of spaces, while constantly dominating the agenda. Topics: zine, zines, repression, patriarchy, misogyny, the left, radicalism
Why is the world going to hell in a hand basket today? As language is the only power a mind has, then it is how we learn language which can cause a dissociative disorder in the mind commonly called schizophrenia. Topics: Language, Linguistics, Words, Logic, Analogic, Psychology, Radicalism, Schizophrenia
byEttor-Giovannitti Defense Committee, Lawrence, Massachusetts. (Industrial Workers of the World)
Speech by Industrial Workers of the World leader William "Big Bill" Haywood to a protest meeting held in the Cooper Union, New York City, May 21, 1912, over the trial of Lawrence Textile Strike leaders J.J. Ettor (IWW) and Arturo Giovannitti (Italian Federation, Socialist Party of America). Rare pamphlet published by the Ettor-Giovannitti Defense Committee, Lawrence, Massachusetts. Published in United States prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned from an original in the Tim Davenport... Topics: Labor movement, socialism, syndicalism, radicalism, textile strike, IWW, Socialist Party
Submitted to the department of Government in partial fulfillment of the requirements of Sweet Briar College for the degree with honors in Government Topics: Sweet Briar College, African Americans, Black Muslims, Radicalism
"Jay Fox: Anarchist of Home,"by Mary M. CarrPublished in Columbia Magazine, vol. 4, no. 1 (Spring 1990), pp. 3-10.PDF created by Washington State Historical Society.Uploaded to Archive.org, October 2015. Topics: Anarchism, Anarchist, Syndicalism, Syndicalist, Syndicalist League of North America, SLNA,...
"Communists Unite! An Appeal to the Rank and File of the Communist Party and the Communist Labor Party" by Elmer T. Allison Front page editorial from the October 29, 1919 issue of "The Ohio Socialist" Allison, editor of the Ohio Socialist (and brother-in-law of Communist Labor Party Executive Secretary Alfred Wagenknecht, makes an appeal to the rank and file of the rival Communist Party of America (CPA) and Communist Labor Party of America (CLP) to push their leadership to... Topics: Communism -- United States -- Periodicals, Communist Labor Party of America, CLP, Communism --...
"Bylaws of the Federation of Russian Branches of the Communist Party of America." Adopted by Adopted at the 5th Convention of the Russian Federation, held at Detroit, Michigan, August 20-27, 1919. Printed according to a Department of Justice translation of the Russian original, edited for grammar and style. Transcribed by Tim Davenport. Published by 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR, 2004. Non-commercial reproduction permitted. Topics: Russian Socialist Federation, Socialist Party of America, Communist Party of America, American...
An interview with Domenico Losurdo on liberalism, conducted by Ross Wolfe and Pam Nogales for the Platypus Review. Recorded on March 3, 2012. Topics: Domenico Losurdo, liberalism, Left Forum, radicalism, Marxism, The Platypus Review, The Platypus...
Summary: Duration: 01:15:07Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1386 In this Hacker Public Radio episode Bob Tregilus continues an exploration on how to hack public policy. Because outreach and education is so critical to building a successful movement, Tregilus talks to Ken Wachsberger of Lansing, Michigan, about the underground press of the late '60s and early '70s. Wachsberger was involved with the "Joint Issue," an underground paper serving southeastern Michigan.... Topics: public policy, media, underground press, alternative press, outreach, education, activism,...